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Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid commented on the Tyreek Hill deal, saying there was no drama between him and the all-star receiver.
Reid spoke out about wishing Hill all the best, while also admitting that the Chiefs had made contract offers – it just wasn’t enough to placate a player of Tyreek’s caliber.
The Chiefs’ offense would be compromised without Hill, that’s all too clear. Kansas City and Reid will adjust as best they can, and that plan has already begun thanks to general manager Brett Veach, who signed Ronald Jones and Marquez Valdes-Scantling with some of Hill’s money.
More remained, as well as five draft Dolphin picks sent to Kansas City in exchange for Hill.
Leader: Andy Reid wishes Tireek Hill all the best
Reid insists there’s no beef between the two, and it’s hard to justify any Chiefs fan making that suggestion. Hill has plenty of opportunities in Reid’s offense – which is part of the reason he’s become one of the deadliest weapons in the NFL.
While Hill will still be a factor alongside Tua Tagovailoa and Mike McDaniel, will he deliver the same numbers he is familiar with in KC? We’ll have to wait and see.
“I love Tireek. There is no friction between me and Tyreek. We tried to sign Tyreek for a certain cost,” Reid said.
Apparently, that cost was less than Hill’s market value. And he was right, as the Dolphins made him the highest-paid receiver in football, just days after Davante Adams received the same honor with the Las Vegas Raiders when the Packers failed to pay him. .
It’s been the wild west this NFL season, and it’s just getting started.
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